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ankush patel

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hey,

i have a site that i registered at www.register.com and im ready to build it. Register.com offers it own template and building materials on the site itself. I find the things they offer to build the site are really baby like and its not what i want.

what else are my choices?

im not familiar with writing html but can i use a program?
im running mac osx so many of the program such as front page i cant use.



can somebody set me in the right direction?
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Dragon

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try Nvu, its a wyswyg editor that runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux. There are other out there too.

Nvu

Here is the Google Search
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Major Payne

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NVU is a good starter WYSIWYG Editor.

You can also Google for free Web Site templates, pick ones you like, then upload the template to your new hosting site.

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thenotch

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Why not get familiar with writing HTML instead of taking a shortcut?

It really is not hard to learn... it's text and self-explanitory...

Just my 2 cents....
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The very best program I have EVER used and is awesome for both beginners and pro's alike is called; "NAMO Web Editor". It is a true WYSIWYG editor, but also allows you to do full HTML Coding for when you want to practice or do it full-time.

It is not very expensive either.

It can be found at: Namo Download Page (Trial)

All the info about it can be found here: Namo Web Editor Information

It also comes with Dozens of really great Site Templates to choose from and pre-done scripts!!

As a former website designer....I feel this program is the absolute best!!!

Edited by jbraden37, 21 March 2006 - 06:01 AM.

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